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CSPAN
Mar 20, 2013 6:00am EDT
probably will appeal that opinion or that decision by the judge in san francisco. theow that sheas ruling so ppken. second circuit addressed the same issue and found that the statutebviated a constitutional issue. so it has been addressed elsewhere. my hope and expectation is that it is addressed either on appeal or by new legislation. it is an essential tool. >> how essential? what would be the circumstances if her ruling were upheld and became the law of the land? would dry up a substantial number of our counterterrorism investigations and espionage, which rely on national security letters for not the substance of conversations but the fact of a conversation having taken place between two individuals, it would dry up our ability to get that information and would severely hamper our ability to undertake those counter- terrorism or espionage investigations. also in the cyber arena, where ,ou have countries like china if we're not able to utilize national-security letters, it would impact our ability to undertake investigations in that arena as well. was picked upthat ghraib,backing, abu l
CSPAN
Mar 7, 2013 8:00pm EST
outgunned. in the nine years i was mayor of san francisco we started out with police issue being a .38 caliber revolver. we have seen that escalate. we have seen shotguns be removed from squad cars and replaced with assault weapons. why? because of an increasingly armed criminal element that police often have to go up against. i watched as the los angeles police department had to break in to a gun store to take weapons to be able to counter what was going up against them following a robbery in los angeles. i don't know why anyone would object to drying up the supply of these weapons over time. they are not good hunting weapons. many states have limits on the number of bullets that can be on a clip. and who's going to respect a hunter with a 30-round clip and an assault weapon going after a deer? i certainly am not one that would. so the intention of this is to dry up the supply over time. while homicides in general are down in this country, mass killings are not. and the fact is that these assault weapons have a great attraction for grievance killers, the people that go into law office
CSPAN
Mar 6, 2013 8:00pm EST
found to be guilty by a court. that americans could be killed in a cafe in san francisco or in a restaurant in houston or at their home in bowling green, kentucky, is an abomination. it is something that should not and cannot be tolerated in our country. i don't rise to oppose john brennan's nominion simply for the person. i rise today for the principle. the principle is one that as americans we have foughtong and hard for and to give up on that principle, to give up on the bill of rights, to give up on the fifth amendment protection tt says that no person shall be held without due process, that no person shall be held for a capital offense without being indicted. this is a pcious american >> that was kentucky senator rand paul earlier today and the filibuster on the nominee john brennan. speaking live is ted cruz of texas. you can see on c-span2 and c-span.org. >> today is the day that c-span is pleased to announce the winners of its 2013 student camp competition. it is our annual student documentary contest. we ask you can people to use video to tell what is important t
CSPAN
Mar 26, 2013 9:30pm EDT
proposition 8 on the ballot. is the head of the said committee on marriage. and the archbishop of san francisco. come on. we can do better than that. >> my brothers and sisters and friends, right now we're at the center of the country. a lot of people are watching us right now. a lot of people are watching us to disagree with us. i want to begin with words to those who are watching you disagree with us. i want to speak on behalf of all of us. i want to say we love you. we are your neighbors. we want to be your friends. we want you to be happy. we do not hate you. we're not motivated by bigotry. it is not our intent to offend anyone and never have i apologize. i would ask that you try to listen to is fairly and tries to understand our position as we will try to do the same for you. to all of you, my brothers and sisters gathered here, thank you for your presence here, you're courageous support in defending this defining issue of our day. it takes courage to stand up for the natural meaning of marriage. why are we here? marriage matters to kids. kids deserve a mother and a father and so
CSPAN
Mar 27, 2013 1:00am EDT
and sisters. claim all right, let me that out. ofm the pastor of the city refuge in san francisco, california. many times in the history of our country, the question of my new laborites -- rights. my rights as a woman, african american, and a same-gender loving woman. i have been in a loving relationship with my partner shirley for 29 years. we were legally married during the window of opportunity in california i stand on behalf of all couples, our families, friends, and religious communities to thank our supporters for the overwhelming support for our right to marry. i also stand to encourage the court to follow the art of justice. as you have in the past. and we can put this issue to rest. can we say, put this issue to rest? put this issue to rest. our children already wonder why this is still an issue. no matter the outcome, we will not surrender our right to marry. we will come back again and again and again. until we prevail. providence has determined that the time has come for all couples and families to enjoy the same rights and privileges in this country. remember our faces. this is s
CSPAN
Mar 22, 2013 1:00am EDT
at the university of california san francisco medical school, where we analyze the medical, social, and economic costs of each claim. the tricare cost, this part of the new and updated analysis. we came up with the number is $3 trillion because no matter which way you counted, the minimum you could get was $3 trillion. we did not include financial interest cost in that. economic included costs in that amount, we could have called it four or $5 trillion. got in trouble with our publisher calling it the $5 trillion war and people would be asking for the wrong book. [laughter] the minimum that could cause is $4 trillion. many of our costs were accurate. some of the tricare costs have grown a lot faster than we predicted. the brown cost of more study is putting it at $6 trillion. war study. at a minimum it is at least a trillion higher. in terms of what to do about it, i have a number of proposals. on the veterans issue, which is where i have spent a lot of my time, the first major recommendation is that we should be appropriating money into a veterans' trust fund at the time we go to war. right now
CSPAN
Mar 28, 2013 1:00am EDT
beautiful place in san francisco, the city of st. francis, we knew it was inevitable that all of this would happen. it was inconceivable to others that it would. and it was our job to use whatever influence we could have to shorten the distance between the inevitable and inconceivable. and i think that is what is happening at the court because of many people's courage, especially those directly and personally affected. yesterday, i had gavin newsom as one of our attendees, people who have been working on this. jim parnell, the first openly gay ambassador, all of the san franciscans who have been in public service who have fought the fight. so it's pretty exciting. i feel pretty good. what i told you about healthcare 63, but we won. >> you got it right. >> i got it right. [laughter] that opening day next friday, we can start all over again on that one. >> leadership has been so quiet on doma. >> you could say this about that question. when you get the soundtrack -- is that what we are calling it? the audio -- [laughter] the soundtrack of the supreme court. [laughter] the soundtrack of the su
CSPAN
Mar 14, 2013 8:00pm EDT
. it is not an abstract pie in the sky. i think if anyone reads the history of it and how she became the mayor of san francisco would understand. senator blumenthal i remember your voice when you were about to go meet the families. we devoted our first hearing back in january. for years, we've asked this committee and we've asked democrats and republicans to come together as part of an a collective effort to find solutions to ensure that no families no community be made to endure the tragedies of the past two years whether it is in an elementary school in connecticut, a movie theater in colorado, in a place of worship in wisconsin or in front of a shopping mall in arizona. after three hearings, four markup sessions we've completed our work. i will now work with the majority leaders to see how he intended to proceed. we have worked to try to provide law enforcement with stronger tools against illegal gun trafficking and to close that loophole. we've proposed closing loopholes in our background check system for firearm purchases. others have proposed restrictions on military-sized weapons and the size
CSPAN
Mar 19, 2013 8:00pm EDT
. why in the world we would spend our tax dollars on steel that's manufactured in china to build the san francisco/oakland bay bridge, 23 million tons of steel, maybe three million to six million -- 3,000 to 6,000 jobs in china, not in the united states, american tax money spent. and it goes on and on. we need a strong make it in america, buy it in america policy so that our tax money is spent on american-made products and services, not on foreign-made. now if you want to spend your own money out there, fine, buy whatever you want to buy. but if you're going to spend american taxpayer money, then we should spend that money on american-made equipment. and that is precisely the policy that we're offering here in the united states as we move our infrastructure programs forward. and as we move forward with our energy development, our solar and our wind and other advanced energy systems, use our tax money to build american manufacturing once again here in our nation. so manufacturing matters and we will make it in america when once again it is made in america. very fundamental. these are the
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